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The position of the Right Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, Lord Bishop of Oxford, in reference to ritualism : together with a prefatory account of the Romeward movement in the Church of England in the days of Archbishop Laud (1867)



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Author: Golightly, Charles Portales, 1807-1885
Subject: Laud, William, 1573-1645; Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873; Church of England; Anglo-Catholicism; Ritualism
Publisher: London : Hatchard
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Trinity College - University of Toronto
Collection: trinitycollege; toronto

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